Canyon River

Canyon River

A rancher's (George Montgomery) foreman (Peter Graves) schemes against him on a cattle drive from Oregon to Wyoming.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:79 minutes
  • Release:1956
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:Canyon River 1956 full movies, Canyon River torrents movie

A Wyoming rancher and his foreman journey to Oregon to get breeding steers in order to raise cattle that can withstand the harsh Wyoming winters. What the rancher doesn't know is that he is... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Bill B (mx) wrote: This was a film that really paid off the various bits of hype I'd read about it over the past couple of years, and I am happy to cross it off the list.Presented as a recording of a vintage television broadcast investigating a local haunted house, it's quite effective, and you even have commercial breaks for local businesses that add to the charm of it all.Recommended!

Deepak A (fr) wrote: Fantastic acting and an eclectic screenplay that is drenched in Brit humor.

Cindy B (br) wrote: This movie was sweet, quirky and a lot of fun. I'm surprised it doesn't have higher ratings from other viewers.

Reece L (ru) wrote: With an affecting look at a young boy's struggle to move on from his toxic male father-figures, the Dardenne's capture a slice of a life that is both fascinating and moving (with several nods to the iconic The Bicycle Thieves thrown in for good measure).

Aaron G (nl) wrote: fight like your daddy, haha

Justin G (it) wrote: Interesting look into a different culture than my own.

Pooja C (kr) wrote: pretty good... just really violent. but nice songs and good acting.

Matthew G (fr) wrote: Appalling, boring, told without any context, with one of the weirdest ever sex scenes, akin to watching Fernando Torres having sex with Sarah Ferguson. The film is enlivened only by five minutes of Elena Anaya.

Vincent P (es) wrote: Cause if there's two things vampires need it's cash money and to make themselves super conspicuous.Some cool photography and gore but mostly bland... and pretty stupid.

Elvira C (au) wrote: I am just drawn to the movie

Marcel D (us) wrote: When I first watched this movie, I was probably ten years old. My next door neighbor convinced his Mom to rent it for us, telling her it was just a harmless comedy. Boy was that putting it mildly. When I look back on my memory of the first time watching this, the thing that springs to mind is the catchy theme song. I mean it was gold compared to most movie tie-in music. The fact that they crammed the premise of the movie into a cheesy 80's rock song baffles and delights me to this day. The only other thing I remembered about the movie was boobs, and the hilarious grade F student Gonzo.Well fast forward almost 30 years later and watching Nuke Em High again was like seeing a familiar friend after they had moved back into town after being away for so many decades. It is honestly one of the best of the bad cheesy horror/comedies from the 80's. The characters are almost cartoonish in their mannerisms and you can almost smell the toxic waste oozing from the school's campus. Within the first few minutes a student named Dewey goes Zombie on his peers after drinking green water from the water fountain. After he jumps out of a balcony window to his death, the movie's first of many one liners jabs you with wit; "Well that's one way to get out of class". Warren Brandt, played by Gilbert Brenton, plays the token jock protagonist. Of course he has a hot girlfriend named Chrissy, played by the lovely and overlooked Janelle Brady. His wacky but likable friends round out the cast. The rivals of Warren's crew are known as "The Cretins", and they consist of names like Gonzo, Spike and Taru. This gang of punk rockers love to beat up the preps and sell pot that was grown at the nuclear power-plant right behind the school.Needless to say, the radioactive cannabis makes some students go nuts, and Chrissy gives oral birth to a turd-shaped critter into a school toilet. The creature mutates and becomes a serious health hazard to students and faculty alike. Without going into too much detail, let's just say this monster of sticky proportions ends up bringing down the house in a nuclear meltdown that brings summer vacation to the kids a little earlier than expected. This movie creates a great sense of anarchy, with scenes that are reminiscent of early horror flicks. The fact that there is a frickin' Nuclear Powerplant behind the school creates a constant feeling of suspense. If you are a fan of any other Lloyd Kaufman directed Troma films, then this will surely be at the top of your list of faves. Tromeo and Juliet, The Toxic Avenger and Class of Nuke Em high are all the best of the worst horror films and they don't pretend to be anything but. If you have no idea what a Troma film is, then you will probably want to stay very far away.

Paul B (gb) wrote: A very solid Hammer Dracula film with a towering performance from Christopher Lee who is given more dialogue & scenes and relishes each one. Resurrected The Count continues where he left off, to the anger of the villagers who thought they were rid of him. This series of events leads to a young man seeking refuge at the castle only to disappear before being tracked down by his friends. Some genuinely gory & violent moments, tapered by those bats!, keep the story moving along sharply as does a great Patrick Troughton turn leading to a brutal climatic ending.

Mike E (au) wrote: this should be a pathetic waste of time. i mean drama in the high society stock broker ppl? yawn. but holdens big speech, damn, second of all time only to Mr. Smith.. WOW did i feel that. fabulous work of film right here. so unusual, but so glorious.

Dylan L (au) wrote: Faggots! This is a great movie. Why so much hate?! Stallone was in his prime. If there ever was one.

Zachary D (mx) wrote: HHAA DOWNRIGHT HILARIOUS

JuanKa P (gb) wrote: RECOMENDABLE: Sophie Nelisse desparrama dulzura como Liesel Meminger, una nia que es enviada por su madre para ser criada por una familia de clase media baja en el contexto de la Alemania Nazi y en pleno estallido de la Segunda Guerra Mundial. En Ese ambiente, Liesel trata de adaptarse a la escuela y a su nueva familia, y empieza a descubrir un nuevo mundo a travs de la lectura. Fascinada por el primer libro que pudo terminar de leer tan pronto como aprendi, se ver vida por nuevas historias y aventuras en aquellos libros que lea, que son su pasin. Desde su inocencia y su inteligencia aprender a afrontar los duros dramas de lo que esta guerra signific para aquellos que desde Alemania no estaban de acuerdo con las polticas hitlerianas.